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Photorespiration

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Photorespiration refers to a process in plant metabolism where the enzyme RuBisCO ... cycle. There are several costs associated with this metabolic pathway; one being the ... The oxidative photosynt...

The Calvin Cycle - Boundless

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Learn more about the calvin cycle in the Boundless open textbook. ... The Calvin cycle is organized into three basic stages: fixation, reduction, and regeneration. .... ATP: Appears in these related concepts: The Entner–Doudoroff Pathway, ...

Calvin cycle - New World Encyclopedia

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Jul 4, 2013 ... Overview of the Calvin cycle and carbon fixation. The Calvin ... The Calvin cycle is one of the most metabolic pathways on Earth. .... but can occur only in certain plants native to very warm or tropical climates, for example, corn.

Structural Biochemistry/Enzyme Regulation/Feedback inhibition ...

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This pathway is inhibited by IMP, AMP, and GMP. ... tool in biological systems is the positive feedback cycle.

Metabolism - Garland Science

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of carbon in the Calvin cycle, noting how carbon assimilation and energy supply are ... For example, enzymes of the metabolic pathway that assimilates carbon.

What is a Metabolic Pathway? - Definition & Example - Video ...

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In this lesson, you'll learn about a metabolic pathway, a chemical reaction that none ... Other types of catabolic pathways include the citric or Krebs cycle, where  ...

Pathways of Metabolism | British Society for Cell Biology

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This orderly and controlled sequencing is called a metabolic pathway and ... In the Calvin (or Calvin-Benson) cycle carbon dioxide fixation takes place as part of the ... Carbon monoxide poisoning is an example of a chemical error being made .

Energy acquisition: Autotrophy/ photosynthesis

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Kinetic energy determines the rate of activity and metabolic energy demand. ... The biochemical pathway used most commonly to fix CO2 is the Calvin cycle, ...

The C4 pathway of photosynthesis and its regulation

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C4 pathway of photosynthesis, or the Hatch-Slack cycle, and the plants that ... since in the plants that possess it, CO2 is finally fixed by the RPP pathway (or Calvin ... Thus, the C4 cycle is also a good example of how regulation of a metabolic ...

The Cell, Respiration and Photosynthesis - Global Change Program

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For example, some of the ATP is used to power the metabolic reactions in the ... Melvin Calvin and his colleagues at the Univ. of California, Berkeley. ... A series of metabolic pathways (the Krebs cycle and others) in the mitochondria result in ...

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photosynthesis notes - Biology Junction

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Photosynthesis and cellular respiration are biochemical pathways .... Each turn of the Calvin cycle fixes One CO2 molecule so it takes six turns to make one ...

Photosynthetic Dark Reaction

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Rest of the Calvin Cycle (Carbon Reactions) pathway. Regulation of ... 872 of Biochemistry, by Voet & Voet, 3rd Edition, and schematically represented at right.

The Calvin cycle and Light reactions are interdependent

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The enzymes that participate in the Calvin cycle form a cyclic pathway that ... range of carbohydrates by other pathways (sucrose and starch are just two examples). ... that a sugar is a versatile material in the biochemical context of a plant cell!